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Becoming An Official

1. Join Our Mailing List

2. What is Official’s Certification?

To officiate FHSAA Middle or High School games

  1. Register with the State http://www.becomeanofficial.org/
  2. Obtain a State Id badgehttp://fieldprintflorida.com/Fieldprint Instructions

To officiate Youth, Summer, Fall or Tournament games

  1. Register with USLacrosse https://usl.ebiz.uapps.net/PersonifyEbusiness/Default.aspx?TabID=340
  2. Complete a background check (not required for High School students)
  3. Become a Certified US Lacrosse Official

 


 

Note: 2018 Season begins in the fall of 2017

2017 SFLOA Associate Officials Registration Form.

Complete the Associate Officials Registration 2017 Registration form and mail it to the address on the form.


2017 SFLOA Full Membership Officials Registration Form

Complete the SFLOA Registration Form and bring it with you, along with your payment and copy of your State of Florida Background Badge to the Mandatory Meeting

SFLOA

c/o John E. Craven

1121 Creekford Drive

Weston,  FL 33326-2835


SFLOA Association and (New Officials) Training Cost Fees

1.  New Youth (only) Officials – $50 includes $25 for Training Class, $25 for Assoc. dues
2.  Returning Youth (only) Officials – $25 for Assoc. dues, no Training Class fee.
3.  Returning HS Officials – $50 Assoc. Dues,  no Training Class fee.
4.  New HS Officials – $75 includes $25 Training Class fee & $50 Assoc. dues.
Youth (only) Lacrosse Official is known as an Associate Member – (does not include FHSAA)
Full Membership – Youth, Middle School & High School, (including FHSAA)

 Membership Matrix

Membership

Level of Play

USLacrosse

FHSAA

SFLOA

Youth, Tournament & Fall Ball

Required

Not Required

Required

Middle School & High School

Recommended

Required

Required


To officiate FHSAA Middle or High School games

  1. Register with the State http://www.becomeanofficial.org/
  2. Fieldprint Instructions
  3. Acquiring a State Badge

To officiate Youth, Summer, Fall or Tournament games

  1. Register with USLacrosse https://usl.ebiz.uapps.net/PersonifyEbusiness/Default.aspx?TabID=340
  2. Acquiring a State Badge
  3. Become a Certified US Lacrosse Official

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US Lacrosse Officials Registration & Renewal

(Required for US Lacrosse Certification)
 Required LOA Selection

Note: If you’re already registered as a High School player and plan to officiate, you should not have to pay any additional fees to US Lacrosse. Simply have them add ‘Official’ to your membership. Call 410.235.6882 # 102 (M-F, 9 am-5 pm ET), or contact the Membership Department by e-mail at membership@uslacrosse.org if you need further assistance.


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FHSAA Registration

To officiate FHSAA Middle School or High School games

  1. Register with the State http://www.becomeanofficial.org/
  2. Complete a background check
  3. Acquire a State Photo Id Badge In Dade County –> Click Here

P A R T 6 : LEVELS OF OFFICIATING & CERTIFICATION
Levels of Officiating
US Lacrosse and the MGOS do not approve or encourage the use of non-certified officials, nor do they deem it appropriate for probationary officials to officiate games unless they are supervised by a certified official. Officials are expected to be evaluated and certified or resolve their probationary status before being contracted for services. It is important to ensure that all officials have proper training and the skills necessary to keep the game safe for all participants.
Junior/Youth Official •   Any official under the age of 18 who has met, passed and/or maintained the men’s officials certification and training requirements for junior/youth officials. Is eligible to only officiate youth games for players 2 years or more below the official’s age level.
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